S. Andreæ Avellini Confessoris ~ Duplex
Scriptura: Sabbato infra Hebdomadam IV post Epiphaniam I. Novembris

Ad Matutinum    11-10-2018

Ante Divinum officium
Incipit
Pater noster, qui es in cælis, sanctificétur nomen tuum: advéniat regnum tuum: fiat volúntas tua, sicut in cælo et in terra. Panem nostrum quotidiánum da nobis hódie: et dimítte nobis débita nostra, sicut et nos dimíttimus debitóribus nostris: et ne nos indúcas in tentatiónem: sed líbera nos a malo. Amen.
Ave María, grátia plena; Dóminus tecum: benedícta tu in muliéribus, et benedíctus fructus ventris tui Jesus. Sancta María, Mater Dei, ora pro nobis peccatóribus, nunc et in hora mortis nostræ. Amen.
Credo in Deum, Patrem omnipoténtem, Creatórem cæli et terræ.
Et in Jesum Christum, Fílium ejus únicum, Dóminum nostrum: qui concéptus est de Spíritu Sancto, natus ex María Vírgine, passus sub Póntio Piláto, crucifíxus, mórtuus, et sepúltus: descéndit ad ínferos; tértia die resurréxit a mórtuis; ascéndit ad cælos; sedet ad déxteram Dei Patris omnipoténtis: inde ventúrus est judicáre vivos et mórtuos.
Credo in Spíritum Sanctum, sanctam Ecclésiam cathólicam, Sanctórum communiónem, remissiónem peccatórum, carnis resurrectiónem, vitam ætérnam. Amen.
V. Dómine, lábia +︎ mea apéries.
R. Et os meum annuntiábit laudem tuam.
V. Deus in adjutórium meum inténde.
R. Dómine, ad adjuvándum me festína.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Sicut erat in princípio, et nunc, et semper, * et in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.
Allelúja.
Start
Our Father, who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation: But deliver us from evil. Amen.
Hail Mary, full of grace; The Lord is with thee; Blessed art thou amongst women, And blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.
Holy Mary, Mother of God, Pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.
I believe in God, the Father almighty, Creator of heaven and earth.
And in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord; who was conceived by the Holy Ghost, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died and was buried: he descended into hell; the third day he arose again from the dead; he ascended into heaven; sitteth at the right hand of God the Father almighty: from thence he shall come to judge the living and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Ghost, the holy catholic Church, the communion of Saints, the forgiveness of sins. The resurrection of the body. And life everlasting. Amen.
V. O Lord, +︎ open thou my lips.
R. And my mouth shall declare thy praise.
V. O God, come to my assistance;
R. O Lord, make haste to help me.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. As it was in the beginning, is now, * and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.
Alleluia.
Invitatorium {Antiphona ex Commune aut Festo}
Ant. Regem Confessórum Dóminum, * Veníte, adorémus.
Ant. Regem Confessórum Dóminum, * Veníte, adorémus.
Veníte, exsultémus Dómino, jubilémus Deo, salutári nostro: præoccupémus fáciem ejus in confessióne, et in psalmis jubilémus ei.
Ant. Regem Confessórum Dóminum, * Veníte, adorémus.
Quóniam Deus magnus Dóminus, et Rex magnus super omnes deos, quóniam non repéllet Dóminus plebem suam: quia in manu ejus sunt omnes fines terræ, et altitúdines móntium ipse cónspicit.
Ant. Veníte, adorémus.
Quóniam ipsíus est mare, et ipse fecit illud, et áridam fundavérunt manus ejus (genuflectitur) veníte, adorémus, et procidámus ante Deum: plorémus coram Dómino, qui fecit nos, quia ipse est Dóminus, Deus noster; nos autem pópulus ejus, et oves páscuæ ejus.
Ant. Regem Confessórum Dóminum, * Veníte, adorémus.
Hódie, si vocem ejus audiéritis, nolíte obduráre corda vestra, sicut in exacerbatióne secúndum diem tentatiónis in desérto: ubi tentavérunt me patres vestri, probavérunt et vidérunt ópera mea.
Ant. Veníte, adorémus.
Quadragínta annis próximus fui generatióni huic, et dixi; Semper hi errant corde, ipsi vero non cognovérunt vias meas: quibus jurávi in ira mea; Si introíbunt in réquiem meam.
Ant. Regem Confessórum Dóminum, * Veníte, adorémus.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Sicut erat in princípio, et nunc, et semper, * et in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.
Ant. Veníte, adorémus.
Ant. Regem Confessórum Dóminum, * Veníte, adorémus.
Invitatory {Antiphon from the Common or Feast}
Ant. The Lord, the King of Confessors, * O come, let us worship.
Ant. The Lord, the King of Confessors, * O come, let us worship.
Come let us praise the Lord with joy: let us joyfully sing to God our saviour. Let us come before his presence with thanksgiving; and make a joyful noise to him with psalms.
Ant. The Lord, the King of Confessors, * O come, let us worship.
For the Lord is a great God, and a great King above all gods. For the Lord will not cast off his people: for in his hand are all the ends of the earth, and the heights of the mountains are his.
Ant. O come, let us worship.
For the sea is his, and he made it: and his hands formed the dry land. (genuflect) Come let us adore and fall down: and weep before the Lord that made us: For he is the Lord our God: and we are the people of his pasture and the sheep of his hand.
Ant. The Lord, the King of Confessors, * O come, let us worship.
Today if you shall hear his voice, harden not your hearts: As in the provocation, according to the day of temptation in the wilderness: where your fathers tempted me, they proved me, and saw my works.
Ant. O come, let us worship.
Forty years long was I offended with that generation, and I said: These always err in heart. And these men have not known my ways: so I swore in my wrath that they shall not enter into my rest.
Ant. The Lord, the King of Confessors, * O come, let us worship.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. As it was in the beginning, is now, * and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.
Ant. O come, let us worship.
Ant. The Lord, the King of Confessors, * O come, let us worship.
Hymnus {ex Commune aut Festo}
Iste Conféssor Dómini, coléntes
Quem pie laudant pópuli per orbem,
Hac die lætus méruit beátas
Scándere sedes.

Qui pius, prudens, húmilis, pudícus,
Sóbriam duxit sine labe vitam,
Donec humános animávit auræ
Spíritus artus.

Cujus ob præstans méritum, frequénter,
Ægra quæ passim jacuére membra,
Víribus morbi dómitis, salúti
Restituúntur.

Noster hinc illi chorus obsequéntem
Cóncinit laudem celebrésque palmas,
Ut piis ejus précibus juvémur
Omne per ævum.

Sit salus illi, decus atque virtus,
Qui, super cæli sólio corúscans,
Tótius mundi sériem gubérnat,
Trinus et unus.  
Amen.
Hymn {from the Common or Feast}
This the confessor of the Lord, whose triumph
Now all the faithful celebrate, with gladness
Erst on this feast-day merited to enter
Into his glory.

Saintly and prudent, modest in behaviour,
Peaceful and sober, chaste was he, and lowly.
While that life’s vigour, coursing through his members,
Quickened his being.

Sick ones of old time, to his tomb resorting,
Sorely by ailments manifold afflicted,
Oft-times have welcomed health and strength returning,
At his petition.

Whence we in chorus gladly do him honour,
Chanting his praises with devout affection,
That in his merits we may have a portion,
Now and forever.

His be the glory, power and salvation,
Who over all things reigneth in the highest,
Earth’s mighty fabric ruling and directing,
Onely and Trinal.
Amen.
Psalmi cum lectionibus {Antiphonæ et Psalmi ex Commune aut Festo}
Nocturn I.
Ant. Beátus vir, * qui in lege Dómini meditatur: volúntas ejus pérmanet die ac nocte, et ómnia quæcúmque fáciet, semper prosperabúntur.
Psalmus 1 [1]
1:1 Beátus vir, qui non ábiit in consílio impiórum, et in via peccatórum non stetit, * et in cáthedra pestiléntiæ non sedit:
1:2 Sed in lege Dómini volúntas ejus, * et in lege ejus meditábitur die ac nocte.
1:3 Et erit tamquam lignum, quod plantátum est secus decúrsus aquárum, * quod fructum suum dabit in témpore suo:
1:3 Et fólium ejus non défluet: * et ómnia quæcúmque fáciet, prosperabúntur.
1:4 Non sic ímpii, non sic: * sed tamquam pulvis, quem proícit ventus a fácie terræ.
1:5 Ídeo non resúrgent ímpii in judício: * neque peccatóres in concílio justórum.
1:6 Quóniam novit Dóminus viam justórum: * et iter impiórum períbit.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Sicut erat in princípio, et nunc, et semper, * et in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.

Ant. Beátus vir, qui in lege Dómini meditatur: volúntas ejus pérmanet die ac nocte, et ómnia quæcúmque fáciet, semper prosperabúntur.
Psalms with lections {Antiphons and psalms from the Common or Feast}
Nocturn I.
Ant. Blessed is the man * that doth meditate in the law of the Lord his delight is therein day and night, and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.
Psalm 1 [1]
1:1 Bem-aventurado o varão que não foi no conselho dos ímpios, nem ficou no caminho dos pecadores, * e na cadeira pestilencial se não sentou:
1:2 Mas sua vontade está na lei do Senhor, * e dia e noite meditará na sua lei.
1:3 Ele será como a árvore, que está plantada junto ao curso das águas, * que a seu tempo dará seu fruto:
1:4 Cuja folha não murchará: * e prosperará tudo quanto fizer.
1:5 Não assim os ímpios, não assim: * mas serão como o pó que o vento dispersa da face da terra.
1:6 Por isso os ímpios não ressuscitarão no juízo: * nem os pecadores no concílio dos justos.
1:7 Porque o Senhor conhece o caminho dos justos: * e o caminho dos ímpios perecerá.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. As it was in the beginning, is now, * and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

Ant. Blessed is the man that doth meditate in the law of the Lord his delight is therein day and night, and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.
Ant. Beátus iste Sanctus, * qui confísus est in Dómino, prædicávit præcéptum Dómini, constitútus est in monte sancto ejus.
Psalmus 2 [2]
2:1 Quare fremuérunt gentes: * et pópuli meditáti sunt inánia?
2:2 Astitérunt reges terræ, et príncipes convenérunt in unum * advérsus Dóminum, et advérsus Christum ejus.
2:3 Dirumpámus víncula eórum: * et proiciámus a nobis jugum ipsórum.
2:4 Qui hábitat in cælis, irridébit eos: * et Dóminus subsannábit eos.
2:5 Tunc loquétur ad eos in ira sua, * et in furóre suo conturbábit eos.
2:6 Ego autem constitútus sum Rex ab eo super Sion montem sanctum ejus, * prǽdicans præcéptum ejus.
2:7 Dóminus dixit ad me: * Fílius meus es tu, ego hódie génui te.
2:8 Póstula a me, et dabo tibi gentes hereditátem tuam, * et possessiónem tuam términos terræ.
2:9 Reges eos in virga férrea, * et tamquam vas fíguli confrínges eos.
2:10 Et nunc, reges, intellégite: * erudímini, qui judicátis terram.
2:11 Servíte Dómino in timóre: * et exsultáte ei cum tremóre.
2:12 Apprehéndite disciplínam, nequándo irascátur Dóminus, * et pereátis de via justa.
2:13 Cum exárserit in brevi ira ejus: * beáti omnes qui confídunt in eo.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Sicut erat in princípio, et nunc, et semper, * et in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.

Ant. Beátus iste Sanctus, qui confísus est in Dómino, prædicávit præcéptum Dómini, constitútus est in monte sancto ejus.
Ant. Blessed and holy is he * that putteth his trust in the Lord, that declareth the decree of the Lord, and is set upon His holy hill.
Psalm 2 [2]
2:1 Por que razão se embraveceram as gentes: * e os povos cousas vãs meditaram?
2:2 Os reis da terra levantaram-se e os príncipes reuniram-se * contra o Senhor e contra o seu Cristo.
2:3 Rompamos os seus laços: * e sacudamos de nós o seu jugo.
2:4 Aquele que habita no céu rir-se-á deles: * e o Senhor os ridicularizá.
2:5 Ele então lhes falará na sua ira, * e conturbá-los-á na sua fúria.
2:6 Eu, porém, fui por Ele constituído Rei sobre Sião, seu santo monte, * para pregar a sua doutrina.
2:7 Disse-me o Senhor: * tu és meu filho, eu hoje te gerei.
2:8 Pede-me e dar-te-ei as gentes como tua herança, * e estenderei o teu domínio aos confins da terra.
2:9 Governá-las-ás com vara de ferro, * e quebrá-las-ás como um vaso do oleiro.
2:10 Agora, ó reis, entendei: * instruí-vos, vós que julgais a terra.
2:11 Servi o Senhor com temor: * e com tremor alegrai-vos n’Ele.
2:12 Abraçai a disciplina, para que o Senhor se não irrite, * e não pereçais fora do caminho da justiça.
2:13 Quando brevemente se incendiar a sua ira: * bem-aventurados todos os que n’Ele confiam.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. As it was in the beginning, is now, * and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

Ant. Blessed and holy is he that putteth his trust in the Lord, that declareth the decree of the Lord, and is set upon His holy hill.
Ant. Tu es glória mea, * tu es suscéptor meus, Dómine: tu exáltans caput meum, et exaudísti me de monte sancto tuo.
Psalmus 3 [3]
3:2 Dómine, quid multiplicáti sunt qui tríbulant me? * multi insúrgunt advérsum me.
3:3 Multi dicunt ánimæ meæ: * Non est salus ipsi in Deo ejus.
3:4 Tu autem, Dómine, suscéptor meus es, * glória mea, et exáltans caput meum.
3:5 Voce mea ad Dóminum clamávi: * et exaudívit me de monte sancto suo.
3:6 Ego dormívi, et soporátus sum: * et exsurréxi, quia Dóminus suscépit me.
3:7 Non timébo míllia pópuli circumdántis me: * exsúrge, Dómine, salvum me fac, Deus meus.
3:8 Quóniam tu percussísti omnes adversántes mihi sine causa: * dentes peccatórum contrivísti.
3:9 Dómini est salus: * et super pópulum tuum benedíctio tua.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Sicut erat in princípio, et nunc, et semper, * et in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.

Ant. Tu es glória mea, tu es suscéptor meus, Dómine: tu exáltans caput meum, et exaudísti me de monte sancto tuo.
Ant. Thou, O Lord, art my glory, * Thou art a shield for me Thou art the Lifter-up of mine head, and Thou hast heard me out of thy holy hill.
Psalm 3 [3]
3:1 Senhor, porque tantos são os que me atribulam? * Muitos se insurgem contra mim.
3:2 Muitos dizem à minha alma: * não há salvação para ele no seu Deus.
3:3 Vós, porém, Senhor, sois o meu protector, * minha glória e exaltais a minha cabeça.
3:4 Com minha voz ao Senhor clamei: * e Ele me ouviu do seu santo monte.
3:5 Deitei-me para descansar e adormeci: * e levantei-me, pois me acolheu o Senhor.
3:6 Não temerei milhares de pessoas me cercando: * levantai-Vos, ó Senhor, salvai-me, ó Deus meu!
3:7 Porque Vós tendes ferido todos os que sem causa me perseguem: * quebrastes os dentes dos pecadores.
3:8 A salvação é do Senhor: * e sua bênção está sobre seu povo.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. As it was in the beginning, is now, * and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

Ant. Thou, O Lord, art my glory, Thou art a shield for me Thou art the Lifter-up of mine head, and Thou hast heard me out of thy holy hill.
V. Amávit eum Dóminus, et ornávit eum.
R. Stolam glóriæ índuit eum.
V. The Lord loved him and beautified him.
R. He clothed him with a robe of glory.
Pater noster, qui es in cælis, sanctificétur nomen tuum: advéniat regnum tuum: fiat volúntas tua, sicut in cælo et in terra. Panem nostrum quotidiánum da nobis hódie: et dimítte nobis débita nostra, sicut et nos dimíttimus debitóribus nostris:
V. Et ne nos indúcas in tentatiónem:
R. Sed líbera nos a malo.
Absolutio. Exáudi, Dómine Jesu Christe, preces servórum tuórum, et miserére nobis: Qui cum Patre et Spíritu Sancto vivis et regnas in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.
Our Father, who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.
V. And lead us not into temptation:
R. But deliver us from evil.
Absolution. O Lord Jesus Christ, graciously hear the prayers of Thy servants, and have mercy upon us, Who livest and reignest with the Father, and the Holy Ghost, ever world without end. Amen.

V. Jube, domne, benedícere.
Benedictio. Benedictióne perpétua benedícat nos Pater ætérnus. Amen.

Lectio 1
De Ezechiéle Prophéta
Ezek 19:1-7
1 Et tu assúme planctum super príncipes Israël,
2 Et dices: Quare mater tua leǽna inter leónes cubávit? in médio leunculórum enutrívit cátulos suos?
3 Et edúxit unum de leúnculis suis, et leo factus est: et dídicit cápere prǽdam, hominémque comédere.
4 Et audiérunt de eo gentes: et non absque vulnéribus suis cepérunt eum, et adduxérunt eum in caténis in terram Ægýpti.
5 Quæ cum vidísset quóniam infirmáta est, et périit exspectátio ejus, tulit unum de leúnculis suis, leónem constítuit eum,
6 Qui incedébat inter leónes, et factus est leo: et dídicit prǽdam cápere et hómines devoráre,
7 Dídicit víduas fácere, et civitátes eórum in desértum addúcere: et desoláta est terra et plenitúdo ejus a voce rugítus illíus.
V. Tu autem, Dómine, miserére nobis.
R. Deo grátias.

R. Laudábilis pópulus,
* Quem Dóminus exercítuum benedíxit dicens: Opus mánuum meárum tu es, heréditas mea Israël.
V. Beáta gens, cujus est Dóminus Deus, pópulus eléctus in hereditátem.
R. Quem Dóminus exercítuum benedíxit dicens: Opus mánuum meárum tu es, heréditas mea Israël.

V. Grant, Lord, a blessing.
Benediction. May the Eternal Father bless us with an eternal blessing. Amen.

Reading 1
Lesson from the book of Ezekiel
Ezek 19:1-7
1 Moreover take thou up a lamentation for the princes of Israel,
2 And say: Why did thy mother the lioness lie down among the lions, and bring up her whelps in the midst of young lions?
3 And she brought out one of her whelps, and he became a lion: and he learned to catch the prey, and to devour men.
4 And the nations heard of him, and took him, but not without receiving wounds: and they brought him in chains into the land of Egypt.
5 But she seeing herself weakened, and that her hope was lost, took one of her young lions, and set him up for a lion.
6 And he went up and down among the lions, and became a lion: and he learned to catch the prey, and to devour men.
7 He learned to make widows, and to lay waste their cities: and the land became desolate, and the fulness thereof by the noise of his roaring.
V. But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us.
R. Thanks be to God.

R. Blessed is the people
* Whom the Lord of hosts hath blessed, saying O Israel thou art the work of Mine own hands, thou art Mine own inheritance.
V. Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord, and the people whom He hath chosen for His own inheritance.
R. Whom the Lord of hosts hath blessed, saying O Israel thou art the work of Mine own hands, thou art Mine own inheritance.
V. Jube, domne, benedícere.
Benedictio. Unigénitus Dei Fílius nos benedícere et adjuváre dignétur. Amen.

Lectio 2
Ezek 19:8-11
8 Et convenérunt advérsus eum gentes úndique de provínciis, et expandérunt super eum rete suum, in vulnéribus eárum captus est,
9 Et misérunt eum in cáveam, in caténis adduxérunt eum ad regem Babylónis, miserúntque eum in cárcerem, ne audirétur vox ejus ultra super montes Israël.
10 Mater tua quasi vínea in sánguine tuo super aquam plantáta est; fructus ejus et frondes ejus crevérunt ex aquis multis,
11 Et factæ sunt ei virgæ sólidæ in sceptra dominántium, et exaltáta est statúra ejus inter frondes, et vidit altitúdinem suam in multitúdine pálmitum suórum.
V. Tu autem, Dómine, miserére nobis.
R. Deo grátias.

R. Angústiæ mihi sunt úndique, et quid éligam ignóro;
* Mélius est mihi incídere in manus hóminum, quam derelínquere legem Dei mei.
V. Si enim hoc égero, mors mihi est; si autem non égero, non effúgiam manus vestras.
R. Mélius est mihi incídere in manus hóminum, quam derelínquere legem Dei mei.
V. Grant, Lord, a blessing.
Benediction. May the Son, the Sole-begotten, mercifully bless and keep us. Amen.

Reading 2
Ezek 19:8-11
8 And the nations came together against him on every side out of the provinces, and they spread their net over him, in their wounds he was taken.
9 And they put him into a cage, they brought him in chains to the king of Babylon: and they cast him into prison, that his voice should no more be heard upon the mountains of Israel.
10 Thy mother is like a vine in thy blood planted by the water: her fruit and her branches have grown out of many waters.
11 And she hath strong rods to make sceptres for them that bear rule, and her stature was exalted among the branches: and she saw her height in the multitude of her branches.
V. But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us.
R. Thanks be to God.

R. I am straitened on every side, and know not what to choose.
* It is better for me to fall into the hands of men, than to sin against the law of my God.
V. For if I do this thing, it is death unto me and if I do it not, I cannot escape your hands.
R. It is better for me to fall into the hands of men, than to sin against the law of my God.
V. Jube, domne, benedícere.
Benedictio. Spíritus Sancti grátia illúminet sensus et corda nostra. Amen.

Lectio 3
Ezek 19:12-14
12 Et evúlsa est in ira, in terrámque projécta, et ventus urens siccávit fructum ejus; marcuérunt et arefáctæ sunt virgæ róboris ejus, ignis comédit eam;
13 Et nunc transplantáta est in desértum, in terra ínvia et sitiénti,
14 Et egréssus est ignis de virga ramórum ejus, qui fructum ejus comédit, et non fuit in ea virga fortis, sceptrum dominántium. Planctus est, et erit in planctum.
V. Tu autem, Dómine, miserére nobis.
R. Deo grátias.

R. Misit Dóminus Angelum suum et conclúsit ora leónum,
* Et non contaminavérunt, quia coram eo injustítia invénta non est in me.
V. Misit Deus misericórdiam suam et veritátem suam: ánimam meam erípuit de médio catulórum leónum.
R. Et non contaminavérunt, quia coram eo injustítia invénta non est in me.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Et non contaminavérunt: quia coram eo injustítia invénta non est in me.
V. Grant, Lord, a blessing.
Benediction. May the grace of the Holy Spirit enlighten all our hearts and minds. Amen.

Reading 3
Ezek 19:12-14
12 But she was plucked up in wrath, and cast on the ground, and the burning wind dried up her fruit: her strong rods are withered, and dried up: the fire hath devoured her.
13 And now she is transplanted into the desert, in a land not passable, and dry.
14 And a fire is gone out from a rod of her branches, which hath devoured her fruit: so that she now hath no strong rod, to be a sceptre of rulers. This is a lamentation, and it shall be for a lamentation.
V. But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us.
R. Thanks be to God.

R. The Lord hath sent His angel, and hath shut the lions' mouths, that
* They have not hurt me forasmuch as before Him innocency was found in me.
V. God hath sent forth His mercy and His truth, (and delivered) my soul from among the lions' whelps.
R. They have not hurt me forasmuch as before Him innocency was found in me.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. They have not hurt me forasmuch as before Him innocency was found in me.
Nocturn II.
Ant. Invocántem * exaudívit Dóminus Sanctum suum, Dóminus exaudívit eum, et constítuit eum in pace.
Psalmus 4 [4]
4:2 Cum invocárem exaudívit me Deus justítiæ meæ: * in tribulatióne dilatásti mihi.
4:2 Miserére mei, * et exáudi oratiónem meam.
4:3 Fílii hóminum, úsquequo gravi corde? * ut quid dilígitis vanitátem, et quǽritis mendácium?
4:4 Et scitóte quóniam mirificávit Dóminus sanctum suum: * Dóminus exáudiet me cum clamávero ad eum.
4:5 Irascímini, et nolíte peccáre: * quæ dícitis in córdibus vestris, in cubílibus vestris compungímini.
4:6 Sacrificáte sacrifícium justítiæ, et speráte in Dómino. * Multi dicunt: Quis osténdit nobis bona?
4:7 Signátum est super nos lumen vultus tui, Dómine: * dedísti lætítiam in corde meo.
4:8 A fructu fruménti, vini, et ólei sui * multiplicáti sunt.
4:9 In pace in idípsum * dórmiam, et requiéscam;
4:10 Quóniam tu, Dómine, singuláriter in spe * constituísti me.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Sicut erat in princípio, et nunc, et semper, * et in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.

Ant. Invocántem exaudívit Dóminus Sanctum suum, Dóminus exaudívit eum, et constítuit eum in pace.
Nocturn II.
Ant. When His holy one called, * the Lord heard him; yea, the Lord heard him, and gave him peace.
Psalm 4 [4]
4:1 Quando O invoquei, me ouviu o Deus da minha justiça: * na tribulação me dilatastes.
4:2 Tende compaixão de mim, * e escutai a minha oração.
4:3 Filhos dos homens, até quando duros de coração sereis? * Porque amais a vaidade e mentiras buscais?
4:4 Sabei, pois, que o Senhor fez maravilhoso o seu santo: * o Senhor escutar-me-á, quando a Ele clamar.
4:5 Irai-vos e não pequeis: * do que dizeis nos vossos corações, nos vossos leitos arrependei-vos.
4:6 Oferecei sacrifícios de justiça e esperai no Senhor. * Muitos dizem: quem nos mostrará o bem?
4:7 Gravada está sobre nós a luz de vossa face, ó Senhor: * no meu coração infundistes alegria.
4:8 Pelo fruto do seu trigo, vinho e azeite * se multiplicam.
4:9 Em paz dormirei * e tranquilo descansarei;
4:10 Porque Vós, ó Senhor, de forma singular * na esperança me firmastes.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. As it was in the beginning, is now, * and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

Ant. When His holy one called, the Lord heard him; yea, the Lord heard him, and gave him peace.
Ant. Læténtur omnes, * qui sperant in te, Dómine: quóniam tu benedixísti justo, scuto bonæ voluntátis tuæ coronásti eum.
Psalmus 5 [5]
5:2 Verba mea áuribus pércipe, Dómine, * intéllege clamórem meum.
5:3 Inténde voci oratiónis meæ, * Rex meus et Deus meus.
5:4 Quóniam ad te orábo: * Dómine, mane exáudies vocem meam.
5:5 Mane astábo tibi et vidébo: * quóniam non Deus volens iniquitátem tu es.
5:6 Neque habitábit juxta te malígnus: * neque permanébunt injústi ante óculos tuos.
5:7 Odísti omnes, qui operántur iniquitátem: * perdes omnes, qui loquúntur mendácium.
5:7 Virum sánguinum et dolósum abominábitur Dóminus: * ego autem in multitúdine misericórdiæ tuæ.
5:8 Introíbo in domum tuam: * adorábo ad templum sanctum tuum in timóre tuo.
5:9 Dómine, deduc me in justítia tua: * propter inimícos meos dírige in conspéctu tuo viam meam.
5:10 Quóniam non est in ore eórum véritas: * cor eórum vanum est.
5:11 Sepúlcrum patens est guttur eórum, linguis suis dolóse agébant, * júdica illos, Deus.
5:11 Décidant a cogitatiónibus suis, secúndum multitúdinem impietátum eórum expélle eos, * quóniam irritavérunt te, Dómine.
5:12 Et læténtur omnes, qui sperant in te, * in ætérnum exsultábunt: et habitábis in eis.
5:12 Et gloriabúntur in te omnes, qui díligunt nomen tuum, * quóniam tu benedíces justo.
5:13 Dómine, ut scuto bonæ voluntátis tuæ * coronásti nos.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Sicut erat in princípio, et nunc, et semper, * et in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.

Ant. Læténtur omnes, qui sperant in te, Dómine: quóniam tu benedixísti justo, scuto bonæ voluntátis tuæ coronásti eum.
Ant. Let all those that put their trust in thee rejoice, Lord, for Thou hast blessed the righteous; * thou hast compassed him with thy favour as with a shield.
Psalm 5 [5]
5:1 Senhor, dai ouvidos às minhas palavras, * escutai o meu clamor.
5:2 Atendei à voz da minha súplica, * meu Rei e meu Deus.
5:3 Porque a Vós orarei: * Senhor, de manhã ouvireis a minha voz.
5:4 De manhã ficarei ante Vós e contemplarei: * porque não sois um Deus que ame a iniquidade.
5:5 Nem o maligno habitará junto de Vós: * nem os injustos poderão permanecer ante vossos olhos.
5:6 Odieis todos os que obram a iniquidade: * exterminareis todos os que dizem a mentira.
5:7 O Senhor abominará o homem sanguinário e doloso: * eu, porém, confiado na abundância de vossa misericórdia.
5:8 Entrarei na vossa casa: * e pelo vosso temor, no vosso santo templo Vos adorarei.
5:9 Senhor, na vossa justiça guiai-me: * por causa dos meus inimigos dirigis ante vossos olhos o meu caminho.
5:10 Porque não há verdade na boca deles: * vão é o seu coração.
5:11 Sua garganta é um sepulcro aberto, urdem enganos com suas línguas, * julgai-os, ó Deus.
5:12 Frustrem-se os seus desígnios, expulsai-os segundo a multidão das suas impiedades, * porque Vos irritaram, Senhor.
5:13 Alegrem-se todos aqueles que em Vós esperam, * exultarão eternamente: e neles habitareis.
5:14 Em Vós gloriar-se-ão todos os que amam o vosso nome, * porque o justo Vós o abençoareis.
5:15 Ó Senhor, como um escudo de vossa boa vontade * nos coroastes.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. As it was in the beginning, is now, * and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

Ant. Let all those that put their trust in thee rejoice, Lord, for Thou hast blessed the righteous; thou hast compassed him with thy favour as with a shield.
Ant. Dómine, Dóminus noster, * quam admirábile est nomen tuum in univérsa terra! quia glória et honóre coronásti Sanctum tuum, et constituísti eum super ópera mánuum tuárum.
Psalmus 8 [6]
8:2 Dómine, Dóminus noster, * quam admirábile est nomen tuum in univérsa terra!
8:2 Quóniam eleváta est magnificéntia tua, * super cælos.
8:3 Ex ore infántium et lacténtium perfecísti laudem propter inimícos tuos, * ut déstruas inimícum et ultórem.
8:4 Quóniam vidébo cælos tuos, ópera digitórum tuórum: * lunam et stellas, quæ tu fundásti.
8:5 Quid est homo quod memor es ejus? * aut fílius hóminis, quóniam vísitas eum?
8:6 Minuísti eum paulo minus ab Ángelis, glória et honóre coronásti eum: * et constituísti eum super ópera mánuum tuárum.
8:8 Ómnia subjecísti sub pédibus ejus, * oves et boves univérsas: ínsuper et pécora campi.
8:9 Vólucres cæli, et pisces maris, * qui perámbulant sémitas maris.
8:10 Dómine, Dóminus noster, * quam admirábile est nomen tuum in univérsa terra!
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Sicut erat in princípio, et nunc, et semper, * et in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.

Ant. Dómine, Dóminus noster, quam admirábile est nomen tuum in univérsa terra! quia glória et honóre coronásti Sanctum tuum, et constituísti eum super ópera mánuum tuárum.
Ant. O Lord our Lord, * how admirable is thy name in the whole earth! For thou hast crowned thy Holy One with glory and honour, and hast set him over the works of thy hands.
Psalm 8 [6]
8:1 Ó Senhor, Senhor nosso, * quão admirável é o vosso nome em toda a terra!
8:2 Pois se elevou a vossa majestade * sobre os céus.
8:3 Da boca dos meninos e lactentes fizestes sair um louvor perfeito, devido aos vossos inimigos, * para destruirdes o inimigo e o vingativo.
8:4 Contemplarei os vossos céus, obra de vossos dedos: * a lua e as estrelas que Vós fundastes.
8:5 Que é o homem, para Vos lembrardes dele? * Ou que é o filho do homem, para o visitardes?
8:6 Pouco inferior aos anjos Vós o fizestes, de glória e de honra o coroastes: * e lhe destes o poder sobre as obras de vossas mãos.
8:7 Tudo sob seus pés sujeitastes, * todas as ovelhas e bois: e, além destes, os outros animais do campo.
8:8 As aves do céu e os peixes do mar, * que percorrem as veredas do oceano.
8:9 Ó Senhor, Senhor nosso, * quão admirável é o vosso nome em toda a terra!
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. As it was in the beginning, is now, * and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

Ant. O Lord our Lord, how admirable is thy name in the whole earth! For thou hast crowned thy Holy One with glory and honour, and hast set him over the works of thy hands.
V. Os justi meditábitur sapiéntiam.
R. Et lingua ejus loquétur judícium.
V. The mouth of the righteous speaketh wisdom.
R. And his tongue talketh judgment.
Pater noster, qui es in cælis, sanctificétur nomen tuum: advéniat regnum tuum: fiat volúntas tua, sicut in cælo et in terra. Panem nostrum quotidiánum da nobis hódie: et dimítte nobis débita nostra, sicut et nos dimíttimus debitóribus nostris:
V. Et ne nos indúcas in tentatiónem:
R. Sed líbera nos a malo.
Absolutio. Ipsíus píetas et misericórdia nos ádjuvet, qui cum Patre et Spíritu Sancto vivit et regnat in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.
Our Father, who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.
V. And lead us not into temptation:
R. But deliver us from evil.
Absolution. May His loving-kindness and mercy help us, Who liveth and reigneth with the Father, and the Holy Ghost, world without end. Amen.

V. Jube, domne, benedícere.
Benedictio. Deus Pater omnípotens sit nobis propítius et clemens. Amen.

Lectio 4
Andreas Avellinus, dictus antea Lancellottus, apud Castrum Novum Lucaniæ pagum natus, inter ipsa infantiæ primordia, futuræ sanctitátis non obscura præbuit indicia. Adoléscens, ad litteras addiscendas paterna e domo egréssus, lubricam illíus ætátis sémitam inter bonárum artium stúdia ita peregit, ut sapiéntiæ initium, quod est timor Dómini, ob óculos potíssimum habere numquam prætermiserit. Cum egregia proinde forma exímium castitátis studium conjunxit, quo impudícas sæpe mulíerum insidias elusit, intérdum étiam apértam vim propulsávit. Clericali milítiæ jam pridem adscriptus, Neapolim se cóntulit, ut legálibus disciplinis vacaret; ibique jurisprudéntiæ lauream adeptus atque interea ad sacerdotalem dignitátem evectus, causárum patrocinia in foro dumtaxat ecclesiástico proque privátis quibusdam persónis, juxta sacrórum cánonum sanctiónes ágere cœpit. Verum, cum aliquándo inter causam agéndam leve ei mendácium excidísset, mox vero fortúita sacrárum Scripturárum lectióne in illa verba incidísset: Os, quod mentítur, occídit ánimam; tanto ejus culpæ dolóre ac pœniténtiæ correptus est, ut statim ab ejusmodi vitæ instituto sibi recedéndum esse duxerit. Itaque, abdicátis fœnsibus curis, se totum divino cultui sacrisque ministériis mancipávit. Cumque ecclesiásticæ virtútis exemplis emineret, sanctimoniálium regímini a tunc exsisténte archiepiscopo Neapolitano præfectus fuit. Quo in munere cum pravórum hóminum odia subiísset, primo quidem intentátæ sibi necis periculum declinávit; mox vero, per sicárium tribus in fácie acceptis vulnéribus, injuriæ atrocitátem æquo animo pértulit. Tunc, perfectioris vitæ desidério flagrans, ut inter Cléricos regulares adscriberétur, suppliciter postulávit; votique compos factus, ob ingentem quo æstuábat crucis amórem, ut sibi Andreæ nomen imponerétur, precibus impetrávit.
V. Tu autem, Dómine, miserére nobis.
R. Deo grátias.

R. Honéstum fecit illum Dóminus, et custodívit eum ab inimícis, et a seductóribus tutávit illum:
* Et dedit illi claritátem ætérnam.
V. Justum dedúxit Dóminus per vias rectas, et osténdit illi regnum Dei.
R. Et dedit illi claritátem ætérnam.

V. Grant, Lord, a blessing.
Benediction. May God the Father Omnipotent, be to us merciful and clement. Amen.

Reading 4
Lancelot Avelino, who afterwards took the name of Andrew, was born at Castro Nuovo, a small town in Lucania, (in the kingdom of Naples, in the year of our Lord 1520.) From his earliest childhood he gave no dark signs of the holiness of his after life. When as a lad he was away from home at school, he so passed the slippery paths of that age, as ever keeping before his eyes, amid the pursuit of earthly knowledge, the true beginning of wisdom, which is the fear of the Lord. Prov. ix. 10. He was exceedingly comely, but withal careful in purity, and thereby escaped oftentimes the shameless proposals of women, and somewhiles even resisted open violence. He had already become a clerk when he went to Naples to study law. There he was ordained Priest, and also took his degree in Jurisprudence. He undertook cases only in the Church Courts, and for certain private persons, according to the rules of the Sacred Canons. l Once in pleading a cause, in a matter indeed which was of no weight, a lie escaped him. Almost forthwith thereafter, in reading the Holy Scriptures, he came upon the words: The mouth that lieth killeth the soul Wisd. i. 11 and so great was the grief and remorse which he felt for his sin that he made up his mind to leave that way of life. He therefore gave up his law business, and set himself altogether to mind the worship of God and the execution of his holy ministry. The eminent pattern which he gave of all the graces proper to a Churchman moved the Archbishop of Naples to commit to him the care of a certain nunnery in that city. The holy man's zeal (for removing all obstacles to the recollection of these spouses of Christ, in which consisteth the very essence of their state and virtue,) stirred up the malice and rage of certain wicked men in the city, (whom he had forbid being admitted to the grate to speak to any of the nuns.) He once narrowly escaped death, with which they threatened him; and another time received three wounds in his face from a bully. These injuries he bore with thorough meekness. Out of an earnest desire of more readily attaining to a perfect disengagement of his heart from all earthly things, he humbly sought and (in 1556) obtained to be admitted into the Order of Regular Clerks, (called Theatins,) and on this occasion, out of the love he bore to the Cross, he entreated that his name might be changed from Lancelot to Andrew.
V. But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us.
R. Thanks be to God.

R. The Lord made him honourable, and defended him from his enemies, and kept him safe from those that lay in wait for him;
* And gave him perpetual glory.
V. He went down with him into the pit, and left him not in bonds.
R. And gave him perpetual glory.
V. Jube, domne, benedícere.
Benedictio. Christus perpétuæ det nobis gáudia vitæ. Amen.

Lectio 5
Arctioris itaque vitæ curriculum álacri studio ingréssus, in eas maxime virtútis exercitatiónes incúbuit, ad quas sese arduis étiam emissis votis obstrinxit; altero scilicet suæ ipsíus voluntáti jugiter obsisténdi, altero vero in via christianæ perfectiónis semper ulterius progrediendi. Regularis disciplinæ cultor assiduus, et in ea promovenda, cum aliis præesset, studiosíssimus fuit. Quidquid ab institúti sui officii et regulæ præscripto supererat témporis, oratióni et animárum salúti tribuebat. In confessiónibus excipiéndis mira ejus pietas et prudéntia enituit; vicos et oppida Neapoli finítima evangelicis ministériis magno cum animárum lucro frequens lustrábat. Quam ardentem erga próximos sancti viri caritátem signis étiam Dóminus illustrávit. Cum enim, intempesta nocte, ab audíta ægri confessióne domum rediret, ac pluviæ ventorúmque vis prælucéntem facem exstinxísset, non solum ipse cum sociis inter effusíssimos imbres nihil madefactus est; verum etiam, inusitato splendore e suo corpore mirabíliter emicante, sociis inter densíssimas ténebras iter monstrávit. Abstinéntia et patiéntia, nec non abjectióne atque ódio sui summopere præstitit. Necem fratris fílio illatam, imperturbato animo tulit, ac suos ab omni ulciscéndi cupiditate compescuit; immo étiam pro interfectóribus opem et misericórdiam judícium implorávit.
V. Tu autem, Dómine, miserére nobis.
R. Deo grátias.

R. Amávit eum Dóminus, et ornávit eum: stolam glóriæ índuit eum,
* Et ad portas paradísi coronávit eum.
V. Índuit eum Dóminus lorícam fídei, et ornávit eum.
R. Et ad portas paradísi coronávit eum.
V. Grant, Lord, a blessing.
Benediction. May Christ to all His people give, for ever in His sight to live. Amen.

Reading 5
He entered manfully and cheerily upon the harder life, set to work to better himself therein, and to that end made two very grim vows, the first, perpetually to fight against his own will, the second, always to advance to the utmost of his power in Christian perfection. Of the discipline of his Order he was a stern defender, and when he was set over others the observance thereof was his great care. Whatever time the duties of his work and his institute left him, he gave to prayer and the salvation of souls. His godliness and wisdom in hearing of confessions were beautiful. He went many times through the farthest lanes and suburbs of Naples, bringing Gospel ministry with great gain of souls. The greatness of his love toward his neighbour God was pleased to crown even by signs and wonders. One stormy night he was coming home from hearing a sick man's confession, when the rain and wind put out the light which was carried before him, but he and they that were with him not only came dry through the thickest of the rain, but there came also a strange light out of his body and showed them the way in the deepest of the darkness. He was a wonderful instance of selfcontrol, long-suffering, lowliness, and hatred of self. He bore with stillness the murder of his nephew, held in the passion of his kinsfolk to take revenge, and even asked pity for the assassins from the judges.
V. But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us.
R. Thanks be to God.

R. The Lord loved him and beautified him; He clothed him with a robe of glory,
* And crowned him at the gates of Paradise.
V. The Lord hath put on him the breast-plate of faith, and hath adorned him.
R. And crowned him at the gates of Paradise.
V. Jube, domne, benedícere.
Benedictio. Ignem sui amóris accéndat Deus in córdibus nostris. Amen.

Lectio 6
Plúribus in locis Clericórum regulárium ordinem propagávit, eorúmdem domicília Mediolani et Placéntiæ instituit. Illius operam sanctus Cárolus Borromæus et Paulus de Aretio Clericus regularis, cardinales, quibus erat acceptíssimus, in pastoralis muneris curis adhibuérunt. Deiparam Vírginem singulari amore et cultu prosequebátur. Angelórum colloquio pérfrui meruit, quos, cum divinas laudes persólveret, e regióne concinéntes se audisse testátus est. Denique, post heróica virtútum exempla, prophetíæ quoque dono illustris, quo et secreta cordium et abséntia et futura prospéxit, annis gravis et labóribus fractus, ad aram celebratúrus in verbis illis tertio repetitis: Introíbo ad altáre Dei, repentino apoplexíæ morbo correptus est; mox sacramentis rite munítus, placidíssime inter suos ánimam efflávit. Ejus corpus Neapoli in ecclésia sancti Pauli ad hæc usque témpora eo frequentíssimo pópuli concursu cólitur, quo fuit elátum. Illum denique, insígnibus in vita et post mortem miraculis clarum, Clemens undecimus Pontifex maximus solemni ritu Sanctórum catálogo adscripsit.
V. Tu autem, Dómine, miserére nobis.
R. Deo grátias.

R. Iste homo perfécit ómnia quæ locútus est ei Deus, et dixit ad eum: Ingrédere in réquiem meam:
* Quia te vidi justum coram me ex ómnibus géntibus.
V. Iste est, qui contémpsit vitam mundi, et pervénit ad cæléstia regna.
R. Quia te vidi justum coram me ex ómnibus géntibus.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Quia te vidi justum coram me ex ómnibus géntibus.
V. Grant, Lord, a blessing.
Benediction. May the Spirit's fire Divine in our hearts enkindled shine. Amen.

Reading 6
He spread in many places the Institute of Regular Clerks, and founded their houses at Milan and Piacenza. The holy Cardinal Charles Borromeo, and the Cardinal Paul of Arezzo, being himself a Regular Clerk, men by both of whom he was well liked, used his help in their care for souls. Toward the Virgin Mother of God he was constant in an extraordinary love and reverence. He won the conversation of Angels, whom he said he used to hear singing when he was praising God. He set an example of the highest graces, even to the gift of prophecy, whereby he saw into men's hearts and knew things afar off or even yet to come. Full of years and worn out with work, he was beginning the Liturgy, when, having repeated thrice the words, I will go unto the Altar of God, he was felled by a stroke of apoplexy, and, duly fortified by the Sacraments, in the arms of his friends, most peacefully gave up his soul to God, (upon the 10th day of November, in the year 1608.) The crowds which flock to his grave in the Church of St. Paul at Naples are still as great as they were when his body was first laid there. He was famous for signs and wonders both during his life and after his death, and Pope Clement XI solemnly enrolled his name among those of the Saints.
V. But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us.
R. Thanks be to God.

R. This is he which did according unto all that God commanded him; and God said unto him: Enter thou into My rest,
* For thee have I seen righteous before Me among all people.
V. This is he which loved not his life in this world, and is come unto an everlasting kingdom.
R. For thee have I seen righteous before Me among all people.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. For thee have I seen righteous before Me among all people.
Nocturn III.
Ant. Dómine, * iste Sanctus habitábit in tabernáculo tuo, operátus est justítiam, requiéscet in monte sancto tuo.
Psalmus 14 [7]
14:1 Dómine, quis habitábit in tabernáculo tuo? * aut quis requiéscet in monte sancto tuo?
14:2 Qui ingréditur sine mácula, * et operátur justítiam:
14:3 Qui lóquitur veritátem in corde suo, * qui non egit dolum in lingua sua:
14:3 Nec fecit próximo suo malum, * et oppróbrium non accépit advérsus próximos suos.
14:4 Ad níhilum dedúctus est in conspéctu ejus malígnus: * timéntes autem Dóminum gloríficat:
14:5 Qui jurat próximo suo, et non décipit, * qui pecúniam suam non dedit ad usúram, et múnera super innocéntem non accépit.
14:5 Qui facit hæc: * non movébitur in ætérnum.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Sicut erat in princípio, et nunc, et semper, * et in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.

Ant. Dómine, iste Sanctus habitábit in tabernáculo tuo, operátus est justítiam, requiéscet in monte sancto tuo.
Nocturn III.
Ant. Lord, this thy Saint * shall dwell in thy tabernacle, and this that hath worked righteousness shall abide upon thy holy hill.
Psalm 14 [7]
14:1 Senhor, quem habitará no vosso tabernáculo? * Ou quem descansará no vosso santo monte?
14:2 O que vive sem mácula, * e pratica a justiça:
14:3 O que fala verdade no seu coração, * o que não forjou dolos com sua língua:
14:4 Nem mal fez ao seu próximo, * nem consentiu que seus próximos fossem desonrados.
14:5 Na sua apreciação considera o malvado como um nada, * mas honra os que temem o Senhor:
14:6 Faz juramento ao seu próximo e o não engana, * não empresta o seu dinheiro com usura, nem aceita subornos contra o inocente.
14:7 Quem procede assim: * jamais será abalado.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. As it was in the beginning, is now, * and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

Ant. Lord, this thy Saint shall dwell in thy tabernacle, and this that hath worked righteousness shall abide upon thy holy hill.
Ant. Vitam pétiit * a te, et tribuísti ei, Dómine: glóriam et magnum decórem imposuísti super eum: posuísti in cápite ejus corónam de lápide pretióso.
Psalmus 20 [8]
20:2 Dómine, in virtúte tua lætábitur rex: * et super salutáre tuum exsultábit veheménter.
20:3 Desidérium cordis ejus tribuísti ei: * et voluntáte labiórum ejus non fraudásti eum.
20:4 Quóniam prævenísti eum in benedictiónibus dulcédinis: * posuísti in cápite ejus corónam de lápide pretióso.
20:5 Vitam pétiit a te: * et tribuísti ei longitúdinem diérum in sǽculum, et in sǽculum sǽculi.
20:6 Magna est glória ejus in salutári tuo: * glóriam et magnum decórem impónes super eum.
20:7 Quóniam dabis eum in benedictiónem in sǽculum sǽculi: * lætificábis eum in gáudio cum vultu tuo.
20:8 Quóniam rex sperat in Dómino: * et in misericórdia Altíssimi non commovébitur.
20:9 Inveniátur manus tua ómnibus inimícis tuis: * déxtera tua invéniat omnes, qui te odérunt.
20:10 Pones eos ut clíbanum ignis in témpore vultus tui: * Dóminus in ira sua conturbábit eos, et devorábit eos ignis.
20:11 Fructum eórum de terra perdes: * et semen eórum a fíliis hóminum.
20:12 Quóniam declinavérunt in te mala: * cogitavérunt consília, quæ non potuérunt stabilíre.
20:13 Quóniam pones eos dorsum: * in relíquiis tuis præparábis vultum eórum.
20:14 Exaltáre, Dómine, in virtúte tua: * cantábimus et psallémus virtútes tuas.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Sicut erat in princípio, et nunc, et semper, * et in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.

Ant. Vitam pétiit a te, et tribuísti ei, Dómine: glóriam et magnum decórem imposuísti super eum: posuísti in cápite ejus corónam de lápide pretióso.
Ant. He asked life of thee, * and thou, O Lord, gavest it honour and great majesty hast thou laid upon him thou hast set a crown of precious stones upon his head.
Psalm 20 [8]
20:1 Senhor, o rei alegrar-se-á na vossa fortaleza: * e muito regozijará na vossa salvação.
20:2 Satisfizestes-lhe os anseios do coração: * e não defraudastes os pedidos de seus lábios.
20:3 Porque o prevenistes com bênçãos de doçura: * cingistes a sua cabeça com uma coroa de pedras preciosas.
20:4 Vida Vos pediu: * e concedestes-lhes largos dias pelos séculos dos séculos.
20:5 Grande é a sua glória, devido à salvação que lhe destes: * glória e grande esplendor poreis sobre ele.
20:6 Porque dele fareis uma fonte de bênçãos perpétuas: * enchê-lo-eis de alegria, mostrando-lhe o vosso rosto.
20:7 Porque o rei no Senhor espera: * e a misericórdia do Altíssimo torná-lo-á inabalável.
20:8 Caia a vossa mão sobre todos vossos inimigos: * caia a vossa direita sobre todos os que Vos aborrecem.
20:9 Os poreis em fornalha acesa ao mostrar-lhes vosso rosto: * o Senhor na sua ira conturbá-los-á e o fogo devorá-los-á.
20:10 Exterminareis o seu fruto da terra: * e a sua descendência de entre os filhos dos homens.
20:11 Porque urdiram contra Vós males: * formaram planos que não puderam estabelecer.
20:12 Vós, porém, os poreis em fuga: * nos vossos resquícios preparareis o rosto deles.
20:13 Exaltai-Vos, ó Senhor, no vosso poder: * nós cantaremos e louvaremos as vossas maravilhas.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. As it was in the beginning, is now, * and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

Ant. He asked life of thee, and thou, O Lord, gavest it honour and great majesty hast thou laid upon him thou hast set a crown of precious stones upon his head.
Ant. Hic accípiet * benedictiónem a Dómino, et misericórdiam a Deo salutári suo: quia hæc est generátio quæréntium Dóminum.
Psalmus 23 [9]
23:1 Dómini est terra, et plenitúdo ejus: * orbis terrárum, et univérsi qui hábitant in eo.
23:2 Quia ipse super mária fundávit eum: * et super flúmina præparávit eum.
23:3 Quis ascéndet in montem Dómini? * aut quis stabit in loco sancto ejus?
23:4 Ínnocens mánibus et mundo corde, * qui non accépit in vano ánimam suam, nec jurávit in dolo próximo suo.
23:5 Hic accípiet benedictiónem a Dómino: * et misericórdiam a Deo, salutári suo.
23:6 Hæc est generátio quæréntium eum, * quæréntium fáciem Dei Jacob.
23:7 Attóllite portas, príncipes, vestras, et elevámini, portæ æternáles: * et introíbit Rex glóriæ.
23:8 Quis est iste Rex glóriæ? * Dóminus fortis et potens: Dóminus potens in prǽlio.
23:9 Attóllite portas, príncipes, vestras, et elevámini, portæ æternáles: * et introíbit Rex glóriæ.
23:10 Quis est iste Rex glóriæ? * Dóminus virtútum ipse est Rex glóriæ.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Sicut erat in princípio, et nunc, et semper, * et in sǽcula sæculórum. Amen.

Ant. Hic accípiet benedictiónem a Dómino, et misericórdiam a Deo salutári suo: quia hæc est generátio quæréntium Dóminum.
Ant. He shall receive * a blessing from the Lord, and mercy from the God of his salvation for this is the generation of them that seek the Lord.
Psalm 23 [9]
23:1 Do Senhor é a terra e toda sua plenitude: * a órbita terrestre e quantos nela habitam.
23:2 Pois Ele a fundou sobre os mares: * e a estabeleceu sobre os rios.
23:3 Quem ao monte do Senhor subirá? * Ou quem no seu lugar santo estará?
23:4 O inocente de mãos e puro de coração, * o que não recebeu em vão sua alma, nem juramentos dolosos fez ao seu próximo.
23:5 Este receberá a bênção do Senhor: * e a misericórdia de Deus, seu Salvador.
23:6 Tal é a geração dos que O buscam, * dos que buscam a face do Deus de Jacob.
23:7 Levantai, ó príncipes, as vossas portas, levantai-vos, ó portas eternas: * e entrará o Rei da glória.
23:8 Quem é este Rei da glória? * É o Senhor forte e poderoso, o Senhor poderoso nas batalhas.
23:9 Levantai, ó príncipes, as vossas portas, levantai-vos, ó portas eternas: * e entrará o Rei da glória.
23:10 Quem é este Rei da glória? * O Senhor dos exércitos, é Ele o Rei da glória.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. As it was in the beginning, is now, * and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

Ant. He shall receive a blessing from the Lord, and mercy from the God of his salvation for this is the generation of them that seek the Lord.
V. Lex Dei ejus in corde ipsíus.
R. Et non supplantabúntur gressus ejus.
V. The law of his God is in his heart.
R. None of his steps shall slide.
Pater noster, qui es in cælis, sanctificétur nomen tuum: advéniat regnum tuum: fiat volúntas tua, sicut in cælo et in terra. Panem nostrum quotidiánum da nobis hódie: et dimítte nobis débita nostra, sicut et nos dimíttimus debitóribus nostris:
V. Et ne nos indúcas in tentatiónem:
R. Sed líbera nos a malo.
Absolutio. A vínculis peccatórum nostrórum absólvat nos omnípotens et miséricors Dóminus. Amen.
Our Father, who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.
V. And lead us not into temptation:
R. But deliver us from evil.
Absolution. May the Almighty and merciful Lord loose us from the bonds of our sins. Amen.

V. Jube, domne, benedícere.
Benedictio. Evangélica léctio sit nobis salus et protéctio. Amen.

Lectio 7
Léctio sancti Evangélii secúndum Lucam
Luc 12:35-40
In illo témpore: Dixit Jesus discípulis suis: Sint lumbi vestri præcincti, et lucernæ ardentes in mánibus vestris. Et réliqua.

Homilía sancti Gregórii Papæ
Homilia 13 in Evang.
Sancti Evangélii, fratres caríssimi, apérta vobis est léctio recitata. Sed ne alíquibus ipsa ejus planities alta fortásse videátur, eam sub brevitate transcurrimus, quátenus ejus expositio ita nescientibus fiat cógnita, ut tamen sciéntibus non sit onerosa. Dóminus dicit: Sint lumbi vestri præcincti. Lumbos enim præcingimus, cum carnis luxuriam per continentiam coarctamus. Sed quia minus est, mala non ágere, nisi étiam quisque studeat, et bonis opéribus insudare, protinus additur: Et lucernæ ardentes in mánibus vestris. Lucernas quippe ardentes in mánibus tenemus, cum per bona ópera próximis nostris lucis exémpla monstramus. De quibus profécto opéribus Dóminus dicit: Lúceat lux vestra coram homínibus, ut vídeant ópera vestra bona, et glorificent Patrem vestrum qui in cælis est.
V. Tu autem, Dómine, miserére nobis.
R. Deo grátias.

R. Iste est qui ante Deum magnas virtútes operátus est, et de omni corde suo laudávit Dóminum:
* Ipse intercédat pro peccátis ómnium populórum.
V. Ecce homo sine queréla, verus Dei cultor, ábstinens se ab omni ópere malo, et pérmanens in innocéntia sua.
R. Ipse intercédat pro peccátis ómnium populórum.

V. Grant, Lord, a blessing.
Benediction. May the Gospel's holy lection be our safety and protection. Amen.

Reading 7
From the Holy Gospel according to Luke
Luke 12:35-40
At that time, Jesus said unto His disciples: Let your loins be girded about, and your lights burning. And so on.

Homily by Pope St. Gregory the Great.
13th on the Gospels.
Dearly beloved brethren, the words of the Holy Gospel, which have just been read, lie open before you, and, lest their very plainness should make them seem to some to be hard, we will go through them with such shortness as that neither may they which understand not remain unenlightened, nor they which understand be wearied. The Lord saith Let your loins be girded about. Now, we gird our loins about, when by continency we master the lustful inclination of the flesh. But, forasmuch as it sufficeth not for a man to abstain from evil deeds, if he strive not to join thereto the earnest doing of good works, it is immediately added And your lights burning. Our lights burn when, by good works, we give bright example to our neighbour; concerning which works the Lord saith Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father Which is in heaven. Matth. v. 16.
V. But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us.
R. Thanks be to God.

R. This is he which wrought great wonders before God, and praised the Lord with all his heart.
* May he pray for all people, that their sins may be forgiven unto them.
V. Behold a man without blame, a worshipper of God in truth, keeping himself clean from every evil work, and abiding still in his innocency.
R. May he pray for all people, that their sins may be forgiven unto them.
V. Jube, domne, benedícere.
Benedictio. Cujus festum cólimus, ipse intercédat pro nobis ad Dóminum. Amen.

Lectio 8
Duo autem sunt, quæ jubentur, et lumbos restringere, et lucernas tenere: ut et munditia sit castitátis in córpore, et lumen veritátis in operatióne. Redemptori étenim nostro unum sine áltero placére nequáquam potest: si aut is qui bona agit, adhuc luxuriæ inquinamenta non déserit: aut is qui castitate præeminet, necdum se per bona ópera exercet. Nec castitas ergo magna est sine bono ópere, nec opus bonum est aliquod sine castitate. Sed et si utrúmque agitur, restat, ut quisquis ille est, spe ad supérnam pátriam tendat, et nequáquam se a vítiis pro mundi hujus honestate contineat.
V. Tu autem, Dómine, miserére nobis.
R. Deo grátias.

R. Sint lumbi vestri præcíncti, et lucérnæ ardéntes in mánibus vestris:
* Et vos símiles homínibus exspectántibus dóminum suum, quando revertátur a núptiis.
V. Vigiláte ergo, quia nescítis qua hora Dóminus vester ventúrus sit.
R. Et vos símiles homínibus exspectántibus dóminum suum, quando revertátur a núptiis.
V. Glória Patri, et Fílio, * et Spirítui Sancto.
R. Et vos símiles homínibus exspectántibus dóminum suum, quando revertátur a núptiis.
V. Grant, Lord, a blessing.
Benediction. He whose feast-day we are keeping, be our Advocate with God. Amen.

Reading 8
Here, then, are two commandments, to gird our loins about, and to keep our lights burning the cleanness of purity in our body, and the light of the truth in our works. Whoso hath the one and not the other, pleaseth not thereby our Redeemer; that is, he pleaseth Him not which doth good works, but bridleth not himself from the pollutions of lust, neither he which is eminent in chastity, but exerciseth not himself in good works. Neither is chastity a great thing without good works, nor good works anything without chastity. And if any man do both, it remaineth that he must look by hope toward our Fatherland above, and not have for his reason wherethrough he turneth himself away from vice, the love of honour in this present world.
V. But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us.
R. Thanks be to God.

R. Let your loins be girded about, and your lights burning;
* And ye yourselves like unto men that wait for their lord, when he will return from the wedding.
V. Watch therefore, for ye know not what hour your Lord doth come.
R. And ye yourselves like unto men that wait for their lord, when he will return from the wedding.
V. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, * and to the Holy Ghost.
R. And ye yourselves like unto men that wait for their lord, when he will return from the wedding.
V. Jube, domne, benedícere.
Benedictio. Ad societátem cívium supernórum perdúcat nos Rex Angelórum. Amen.

Lectio 9
Commemoratio Ss. Tryphonis et Sociorum Mártyrum
Tryphon, Decio imperatóre, cum Jesu Christi fidem prædicans, omnes ad ejus cultum perducere conarétur, a Decii satellítibus comprehénsus, primum equuleo torquétur et ungulis férreis excarnificátur; deínde, sublimibus pédibus candéntibus clavis confíxus, fustibus cæditur, et, admotis facibus ardéntibus, aduritur. Quæ cum ómnia fortiter ferentem vidísset Respicius tribunus, ad Christi Dómini fidem convérsus, statim se christianum esse palam proféssus est. Qui, varie cruciatus, una cum Tryphone rapitur ad Jovis simulacrum; quæ statua, Tryphone orante, cóncidit. Quare plumbátis crudelíssime contúsi, nobilíssimum martyrium consecúti sunt quarto Idus Novembris. Eodem die virgo quædam, cui nomen Nympha, cum Jesum Christum verum esse Deum clara voce testarétur, martyrii palmam ad virginitátis corónam adjunxit.
V. Tu autem, Dómine, miserére nobis.
R. Deo grátias.


Te Deum
Te Deum laudámus: * te Dóminum confitémur.
Te ætérnum Patrem * omnis terra venerátur.
Tibi omnes Ángeli, * tibi Cæli, et univérsæ Potestátes:
Tibi Chérubim et Séraphim * incessábili voce proclámant:

(Fit reverentia) Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus * Dóminus Deus Sábaoth.

Pleni sunt cæli et terra * majestátis glóriæ tuæ.
Te gloriósus * Apostolórum chorus,
Te Prophetárum * laudábilis númerus,
Te Mártyrum candidátus * laudat exércitus.
Te per orbem terrárum * sancta confitétur Ecclésia,
Patrem * imménsæ majestátis;
Venerándum tuum verum * et únicum Fílium;
Sanctum quoque * Paráclitum Spíritum.
Tu Rex glóriæ, * Christe.
Tu Patris * sempitérnus es Fílius.

Fit reverentia
Tu, ad liberándum susceptúrus hóminem: * non horruísti Vírginis úterum.

Tu, devícto mortis acúleo, * aperuísti credéntibus regna cælórum.
Tu ad déxteram Dei sedes, * in glória Patris.
Judex créderis * esse ventúrus.

Sequens versus dicitur flexis genibus
Te ergo quǽsumus, tuis fámulis súbveni, * quos pretióso sánguine redemísti.

Ætérna fac cum Sanctis tuis * in glória numerári.
Salvum fac pópulum tuum, Dómine, * et bénedic hereditáti tuæ.
Et rege eos, * et extólle illos usque in ætérnum.
Per síngulos dies * benedícimus te.

Fit reverentia, secundum consuetudinem
Et laudámus nomen tuum in sǽculum, * et in sǽculum sǽculi.

Dignáre, Dómine, die isto * sine peccáto nos custodíre.
Miserére nostri, Dómine, * miserére nostri.
Fiat misericórdia tua, Dómine, super nos, * quemádmodum sperávimus in te.
In te, Dómine, sperávi: * non confúndar in ætérnum.
V. Grant, Lord, a blessing.
Benediction. May He that is the Angels' King to that high realm His people bring. Amen.

Reading 9
Commemoration for Blessed Martyrs Tryphone et companions
In the reign of the Emperor Decius one Tryphon strove by preaching the faith of Jesus Christ to bring all men to worship Him. For this cause he was taken by the servants of Decius. He was first tormented upon the rack, and flesh stripped from him with iron claws; then red-hot nails were driven into his insteps, he was beaten with cudgels and scarified with lighted torches. The sight of the courage wherewith he bore all, brought the Praefect Respicius to believe in the Lord Christ, and he forthwith declared himself a Christian. He also was diverse ways tormented, and then led along with Tryphon before the statue of Jupiter. When Tryphon prayed, the statue fell down. Then were both Tryphon and Respicius savagely lashed with whips loaded with lead, until they grasped the crown of a most glorious testimony, upon the 10th day of November. Upon the same day a certain maiden named Nympha, having openly confessed that Jesus Christ is very God, added the palm of martyrdom to the crown of virginity.
V. But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us.
R. Thanks be to God.


Te Deum
We praise thee, O God, * we acknowledge thee to be the Lord.
All the earth doth worship thee, * the Father everlasting.
To thee all Angels cry aloud, * the Heavens, and all the Powers therein.
To thee Cherubim and Seraphim * continually do cry.

(bow head) Holy, Holy, Holy * Lord God of Sabaoth;

Heaven and earth are full * of the Majesty of thy glory.
The glorious company of the Apostles * praise thee.
The goodly fellowship of the Prophets * praise thee.
The noble army of Martyrs * praise thee.
The holy Church throughout all the world * doth acknowledge thee;
The Father, * of an infinite Majesty.
Thine honourable, true, * and only Son;
Also the Holy Ghost, * the Comforter.
Thou art the King of Glory, * O Christ.
Thou art the everlasting * Son of the Father.

During the following verse all make a profound bow:
When thou tookest upon thee to deliver man, * thou didst not abhor the Virgin's womb.

When thou hadst overcome the sharpness of death, * thou didst open the Kingdom of Heaven to all believers.
Thou sittest at the right hand of God, * in the glory of the Father.
We believe that thou shalt come * to be our Judge.

Kneel for the following verse
We therefore pray thee, help thy servants, * whom thou hast redeemed with thy precious Blood.

Make them to be numbered with thy Saints, * in glory everlasting.
O Lord, save thy people, * and bless thine heritage.
Govern them, * and lift them up for ever.
Day by day * we magnify thee;

During the following verse, by local custom, all make a profound bow.
And we worship thy Name * ever, world without end.

Vouchsafe, O Lord, to keep us * this day without sin.
O Lord, have mercy upon us, * have mercy upon us.
O Lord, let thy mercy lighten upon us, * as our trust is in thee.
O Lord, in thee have I trusted, * let me never be confounded.
Reliqua omittuntur, nisi Laudes separandae sint.
Skip the rest, unless praying Lauds separately.
Oratio {ex Proprio Sanctorum}
V. Dómine, exáudi oratiónem meam.
R. Et clamor meus ad te véniat.
Orémus.
Deus, qui in corde beáti Andréæ Confessóris tui, per árduum quotídie in virtútibus proficiéndi votum, admirábiles ad te ascensiónes disposuísti: concéde nobis, ipsíus méritis et intercessióne, ita eiúsdem grátiæ partícipes fíeri; ut, perfectióra semper exsequéntes, ad glóriæ tuæ fastígium felíciter perducámur.
Per Dóminum nostrum Jesum Christum, Fílium tuum: qui tecum vivit et regnat in unitáte Spíritus Sancti, Deus, per ómnia sǽcula sæculórum.
R. Amen.
Prayer {from the Proper of Saints}
V. O Lord, hear my prayer.
R. And let my cry come unto thee.
Let us pray.
O God, Who didst make thy blessed Confessor Andrew to settle in his heart to go up wondrously toward thee by a stern vow daily to advance to the utmost of his power in godliness, grant unto us for the same thy servant's sake and at his prayers the like grace, so that we, seeking ever that which is more perfect, may happily attain the crown of thine everlasting glory.
Through Jesus Christ, thy Son our Lord, Who liveth and reigneth with thee, in the unity of the Holy Ghost, ever one God, world without end.
R. Amen.
Conclusio
V. Dómine, exáudi oratiónem meam.
R. Et clamor meus ad te véniat.
V. Benedicámus Dómino.
R. Deo grátias.
V. Fidélium ánimæ per misericórdiam Dei requiéscant in pace.
R. Amen.
Pater noster, qui es in cælis, sanctificétur nomen tuum: advéniat regnum tuum: fiat volúntas tua, sicut in cælo et in terra. Panem nostrum quotidiánum da nobis hódie: et dimítte nobis débita nostra, sicut et nos dimíttimus debitóribus nostris: et ne nos indúcas in tentatiónem: sed líbera nos a malo. Amen.
Conclusion
V. O Lord, hear my prayer.
R. And let my cry come unto thee.
V. Let us bless the Lord.
R. Thanks be to God.
V. May the souls of the faithful, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
R. Amen.
Our Father, who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation: But deliver us from evil. Amen.
Post Divinum officium

Matutinum    Laudes
Prima    Tertia    Sexta    Nona
Vesperae    Completorium

Options    Sancta Missa    Ordo

Versions
Monastic
Tridentine 1570
Tridentine 1910
Divino Afflatu
Reduced 1955
Rubrics 1960
Ordo Praedicatorum
1960 Newcalendar
Language 2
Latin
Deutsch
English
Espanol
Francais
Italiano
Magyar
Polski
Portugues
Polski-Newer
Votive
hodie
Dedicatio
Defunctorum
Parvum B.M.V.

Versions      Credits      Download      Rubrics      Technical      Help